Door and Window Discussions: The Coronavirus

March 18th, 2020 by Chris Bunn

Door and Window Discussions is the new, monthly podcast by Door and Window Market [DWM] magazine. In the latest episode, hosts Tara Taffera, publisher and editorial director, and Drew Vass, editor, dive into the industry’s (and the world’s) biggest topic: the coronavirus. Through a series of frank discussions, the two reveal what door and window companies say they’re experiencing on the ground and what the Department of Labor is suggesting for the workplace. Capping off the episode, Jeff Jackson, CEO of PGT Innovations, shares his company’s response and outlook. Don’t miss this critical episode.

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  1. Good podcast. We are starting to feel the pain. Customers are starting to cancel installs and appointments.

  2. Thank you for covering this topic! Our flagship company UTS provides field service for window & door manufacturers in US & Canada, it’s been a challenge but still making progress with homeowners who will allow service. Techs are taking extra measures to protect themselves and homeowners. As for our InsightPro business (Warranty Claim Management Software), many anticipated launches are on hold. Fortunately some prospective clients are using this forced slow down to review our product for future use. Looking forward to this dissipating for all industries – Stay well!

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